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Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition now on PS4, Xbox One, soon on Switch

Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition now on PS4, Xbox One, soon on Switch

Final Fantasy XV was the first “offline” Final Fantasy title in a long time and it changed some things that were considered staples in the popular franchise. The risks paid off with the title earning not a few accolades. It even got a mobile port of the game, which later became available on Windows 10. Now going full circle, Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition has landed on consoles to give you almost the same boy band road trip experience, this time in bite-sized form.

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Battlefield 5 Battle Royale detailed (while we wait)

Battlefield 5 Battle Royale detailed (while we wait)

Battlefield V (or 5, whatever you want) FIRESTORM was revealed today by EA and Origin. Firestorm is the Battle Royale of Battlefield 5, bringing a wild new approach to the game mode that's become wildly popular over the past year. Starting in at around the 1-minute mark here in the newest trailer for the impending launch of the game.

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Microsoft’s awesome Xbox Adaptive Controller is now available

Microsoft’s awesome Xbox Adaptive Controller is now available

A few months back, Microsoft unveiled a new Xbox One controller that was quite unlike anything we'd seen before. Dubbed the Xbox Adaptive Controller, this device was built with the goal of making gaming more accessible for people with disabilities. It's a neat idea, though at the time, Microsoft didn't say when the Xbox Adaptive Controller would be available to actually purchase.

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Anthem demo coming in February, BioWare confirms

Anthem demo coming in February, BioWare confirms

One of 2019's most anticipated games is EA's Anthem, the sci-fi action/shooter RPG that lets players don mech-like battle suits and explore an open world with friends or on their own. At this weekend's PAX West event, developer BioWare hosted a panel focusing on the game, revealing a few new details about what players can expect before release, namely a playable demo coming in February.

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No Man’s Sky launches weekly community events with cosmetic rewards

No Man’s Sky launches weekly community events with cosmetic rewards

Now that we're a few weeks out from the launch of No Man's Sky NEXT, it's clear that the major content update was a turning point for the game. It seems that the team at Hello Games has been spending the weeks since NEXT released working on even more content for the game, as a new patch is launching weekly community events. By participating in these events, you'll have the opportunity to earn new cosmetics, whether those are new base building components or customization options for your character.

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Battlefield 5 release date: Delayed! Here’s why

Battlefield 5 release date: Delayed! Here’s why

EA Games and DICE just revealed that they would be delaying the release of Battlefield V (or 5, however you want to put it), until a later date. The Battlefield 5 Beta seems to be rolling out on schedule, sort of, by appearing in Open Beta form starting on September 6th. That's soon, and now sadly far away from the final release date - which again, was ruthlessly delayed by the dastardly devs that wish to do nothing but good things to the game before it's ready for full release.

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Hyperkin X91 Mega Man 11 Edition retro controller arrives October 2

Hyperkin X91 Mega Man 11 Edition retro controller arrives October 2

Hyperkin has taken the wraps off a new Mega Man 11 version of its X91 retro gaming controller. The edition has the same iconic blue color as franchise character's outfit, as well as the character itself, a colorful joystick, and the Xbox logo. The model is only available for Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs; though it won't be available until October 2, fans can purchase one now.

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Xbox Games with Gold September 2018 list: LEGO, vintage Sega and more

Xbox Games with Gold September 2018 list: LEGO, vintage Sega and more

Microsoft has revealed the latest batch of free games made available to Xbox Live Gold subscribers. Starting on September 1, Xbox One owners will get access to two games for free, those being joined by two additional games later in the month. Xbox 360 owners will also get something special, though only two free games instead of four. What can you expect?

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Onimusha: Warlords is coming to modern platforms nearly 18 years later

Onimusha: Warlords is coming to modern platforms nearly 18 years later

Here's an announcement none of us were expecting: Capcom has revealed that it's reviving the Onimusha series. It's been a long, long time since the last Onimusha game, so to hear that Capcom will be revisiting the series definitely comes as a surprise. We're not exactly getting a new Onimusha game; instead, Capcom will take us back to the title that started it all, announcing an enhanced port of the original Onimusha: Warlords for modern platforms today.

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Xbox All Access: What you need to know

Xbox All Access: What you need to know

Earlier today, Microsoft announced a new way to buy an Xbox One console called Xbox All Access. Instead of requiring you to drop hundreds of dollars upfront, Xbox All Access takes the cost of an Xbox One console and splits it up into 24 monthly payments. Once you're done making those payments, the Xbox is yours to keep. It all seems pretty straightforward, but as always, there are some things to know before you dive in.

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Here’s almost an entire hour of Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay

Here’s almost an entire hour of Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay

Among RPG fans, Cyberpunk 2077 is probably one of the most anticipated titles around. CD Projekt RED, which was responsible for The Witcher 3 - a game many RPG lovers hold up as an example as one of the best games in the genre - has been working on Cyberpunk 2077 for years at this point. In fact, the game was first revealed way back in 2012, so we've been waiting quite some time for Cyberpunk 2077 to arrive.

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Xbox All Access official: Two-year contract for console, Game Pass, and Xbox Live

Xbox All Access official: Two-year contract for console, Game Pass, and Xbox Live

Last week, we heard a rumor that Microsoft was plotting a new subscription plan that would offer an Xbox One console along with 24 months of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold for a monthly fee. Today, Microsoft confirmed those rumors, officially announcing Xbox All Access. Essentially, this is a way to get an Xbox One without paying hundreds of dollars all at once.

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